Friday, 25 November 2011

Daily Mail Ancient Alien Reports Driving Up My Stats

The Daily Mail knows a bit about neuroscience. They know that it's easier and more effective (like advertising) to sell fear rather than optimism, and so they hammer away at the daily boogeyman (like FOX News) on Islam, Homosexuals, Council Bins or whatever its scared to death readers need to defend their narrow world view and militant resentment of change.

However, and this shouldn't surprise people, it's an establishment rag and so they scoop real stories a little bit ahead of the progressive papers. So for example when they reported that human animal genetic experiments are taking place you can be damn sure (living foetus in jars) that nasty Frankenstein shit is going down in military underground laboratories (Google MILABS) such as NSA base Menwith Hill and so on. The other day I noticed my Lloyd Pye "Everything you know is wrong" presentation had shot up overnight to 35000 views which is quite a lot for an ancient alien DNA presentation but then I found out that the Daily Mail broke some news on this subject and evoked a lot of interest. Lloyd Pye was interviewed on Coast the other day and it's a good way to find out what's going in the world of off world DNA and ancient alien skulls.

You are being softened up for bigger news. Drip, drip, drip.